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Newly-discovered Streptococcus strain could promote oral health by de-acidifying the mouth and inhibiting the growth of S. mutans, a major cariogenic bacterial species.
Some implant manufacturers are aggressively marketing zirconia implants as a panacea to the flaws of titanium, but is their assessment of these supposed flaws accurate?
What made T-rex teeth so powerful? Only one animal today shares the secret structures that made T-rex teeth the strongest in the dinosaur kingdom.
Implants were once so difficult to place, researchers considered developing a robot to perform the procedure. Take a look back at the world before OsteoReady made implant procedures simple!
OsteoReady provides more than just implants- our practical equipment solutions can simplify your purchasing and decrease the overhead on many restorations.
A strange pattern exists among the bodies being studied from the Pompeii archeological site, researchers note. Romans living during the time of the eruptions had "almost perfect teeth."
Researchers have overcome a key obstacle to mobilizing osteoblasts. Using polymer nanoshells, growth-promoting elements can be "smuggled" into cells at a site of desired bone repair.

On July 4th, 1776 some pretty smart guys (John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, John Hancock, etc.) signed a document that another pretty smart guy (Thomas Jefferson) wrote. "We hold these truths to be self-evident" begins the second paragraph, and with that, history was made.

It seems that every new year we re-make the same resolutions from last year. Break the cycle and make healthy changes a part of your life with these simple ideas!
Bone loss is one of the biggest challenges to overcome when planning restorative treatment, but a new study suggests dental implants may maintain stability even in cases of high crown-to-implant ratio.


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